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GUEST OPINION by Brad Newton, ANZ Managing Director at Cohesity:  Insurance by definition is ‘a financial agreement whereby premiums are paid in exchange for a guarantee that costs will be met if a predetermined event occurs. Given the Australian Cyber Security Centre receives over 67,500 cybercrime reports each a year, and a ransomware attack happens globally every 11 seconds, it’s little wonder the global cyber insurance market is valued at more than $8 billion annually, with a compounding annual growth rate of 23.76% through 20271.

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Data management specialist Cohesity now offers its DataProtect backup product on an as-a-service basis hosted in the Amazon Web Services Asia Pacific (Sydney) region, and has extended the product to support Microsoft 365 applications.

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GUEST OPINION by Brad Newton, ANZ Managing Director at Cohesity: In an era where the pace of technological change continues to increase, one factor remains constant: data is the key ingredient for a digital business.

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Former APAC DocuSign executive Brad Newton has joined data management vendor Cohesity as managing director for Australia and New Zealand.

Published in People Moves

Electronic signature platform, DocuSign, today launched its newest research, identifying only 20% of Australian office workers strongly agree their employers have a plan in place as we approach a post-COVID-19 future.

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Global electronic document signing platform, DocuSign, says Australia's most vulnerable and disadvantaged groups could access services up to 90% faster if the government moves to fully digitise forms.

Published in The Wired CIO

Australia is ripe for a switch to electronic voting and the technology available today could provide safe, secure and reliable voting capability, according to the vice-president of the ANZ division of an electronic signature technology and digital transaction management company.

Published in Government Tech Policy

DocuSign's e-signature is being used quickly and securely to access and sign mortgage documents by one of the hottest start-up FinTech companies – HashChing.

Published in Deals




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